Stroll around the Master of Nets Garden, one of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed classical gardens of Suzhou. Built in 1174, it occupies an area of 6,700 square meters, making it the smallest garden in the city. It's one-tenth the size of the Humble Administrator's Garden and half the size of the Canglang Pavilion. One of the striking features of this garden is the labyrinth of courtyards that have windows framing other parts of the garden. As you roam around, you'll see its unrivalled aesthetics and architectural beauty, which go beyond the physical scale. This attraction is perfect for tourists who want an authentic experience of the rich and vibrant culture of the Yangtze River Delta.